If you want to fully understand how the coronavirus has impacted marijuana legalization, just look at New York.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo intended to legalize adult-use marijuana through the state budget this session, but the novel coronavirus outbreak may force the issue on the back burner.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo believes New York will still legalize recreational marijuana this year, though others aren't as sure.
The coronavirus has been impacting the world economy and, in particular, the cannabis industry. This is especially true with respect to the virtual shutdown of business activity in China.
A poor medical marijuana program and recreational markets outside New York could force the state's hands this year.
Gov. Cuomo reiterated his intention to legalize marijuana in New York, and state voters are in favor of ending prohibition.
In his State of the State address this week, Gov. Cuomo assured 2020 will be the year the Empire State legalizes recreational cannabis.
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